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SATS seeking to ramp up productivity with innovation

Ground-handler will employ technology and robotics to enhance its operations amid tight labour market

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A smart wheelchair system allows one staff to oversee a convoy of wheelchairs that use visual markers to move autonomously in the airport. This frees up staff as a single flight can require up to 40 wheelchairs.

Singapore

GROUND-HANDLER SATS is aiming to boost productivity further as it implements new technological solutions for its business units, ranging from cooking robots to a smart wheelchair system.

The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS), the Economic Development Board and

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